Little River is the home of the annual Blue Crab Festival, and Crab Catchers is the unofficial headquarters for the waterfront festivities.
Crab Catcher’s offers delicious seafood prepared fresh and made to order every time. The restaurant specializes in seafood and sandwiches but they also offer steak entrees. Crab Catchers has fresh seafood to match, especially highlighting the local blue crabs, She Crab Soup, Crab Cakes, Deviled and seafood baskets of Calabash-style fresh catch fish and shrimp. Each entrée on their menu is made to order so you can come and prepare to relax and enjoy a great meal at a reasonable price.
You can enjoy a very relaxed and casual atmosphere with indoor dining or waterfront dining where you will be greeted by their friendly staff.
Bring your family and friends and relax on their newly renovated deck and enjoy the awesome view. In Crab Catchers, you will experience waterfront dining at its best.
Patios Tiki Bar and Grill is a fun and exciting little world where beer and rum cocktails flow like the current through the adjacent Intracoastal Waterway.
They provide a great and friendly party, dining and entertainment hub along the intercoastal waterway where friends and family of all ages can come to have a great time. It is one of the locals and tourists favorite place to enjoy a quick bite, cold drink and a gorgeous view of the intracoastal waterway while listening to some local talent.
They offer a variety of good food such as burgers, sandwiches, salads, wraps, paninis, quesadilla, steaks, shrimps, chicken wings, and many more. They also have a full sushi menu.
It’s hard to imagine there is room on the Little River waterfront to squeeze in one more restaurant, but the new Patio’s Tiki Bar & Grill has elbow room to spare.
Wicked Tuna is located at the southern end of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk on the 2nd Avenue Pier. Its perfect location offers great views of the ocean.
Everything Wicked Tuna serves is based on the idea of “hook to plate,” bringing fresh, everyday seafood catches to Myrtle Beach diners. Many different culinary avenues can be taken here, from classic dishes with a contemporary twist to entrees and salads completely unique to Wicked Tuna. The menu is more or less divided into two sections, a Grill menu and a Sushi menu, with various subsections on each. Wicked Tuna offers a different style of fare than many of its neighbors. Their specialties are creative sushi rolls, fresh fish, and marbled USDA Prime steaks.
You can pair your dish with a selection from their exclusive wine and sake list and you have an unforgettable evening. They have created a unique culinary experience for you, incorporating innovative cuisine and excellent service from a one-of-a-kind, dedicated staff.
The interior there is a contemporary twist on the standard fishing town decor that is common throughout Murrells Inlet. A vibrant sea blue theme spread throughout the dining room, appearing on bar panels as well as on the walls, but a hardwood ceiling and various nautically themed artifacts that will remind you that you’re still in the old rod-and-reel village.
Coconuts Tiki Bar is the “Home of the Naked Turtle” in North Myrtle Beach. Their famous and best-selling drink is a mix of Naked Turtle Rum and strawberry, mango, or peach mixes.
They offer nicely cooked tuna, pasta salads and steak sandwiches. One of their popular food is the 3 flour tortillas stuffed with our grilled or blackened chicken, fish or shrimp finished with a Thai peanut coleslaw called, Tiki Tacos.
Coconuts Tiki Bar’s great location makes it easy to reach by any transport. Their staffs are efficient at Coconuts Tiki Bar. Commendable service is something clients appreciate here. Their food comes in average prices. Most customers are faithful to this place because of the lovely atmosphere.